Seven bedrooms for £70,000, three house boats and raft of £m mansions all made it into April’s most viewed properties on Zoopla.

Unique houseboat in Kent

1. Two-bedroom houseboat in Rochester, Kent, for £150,000

This one-of-a-kind houseboat attracted most clicks this month.  SS Davenham, which is currently moored in the River Medway at Cuxton, is a former cargo steamship which has been overhauled with new wiring, heating, plumbing and windows by its current owner.

Available via PER Westray

Modern mansion in Coombe

2. Six-bedroom detached house in Coombe, Kingston Upon Thames, West London for £8.95m

Next is this uber-glamorous new-build mansion in West London’s Coombe, where even average property values stand at £2.4m. The staggering property boasts more than 10,000 sq ft of living space, which incorporates a club/cinema room and wine cellar. Well-heeled Richmond is just a short walk away.

Available via Coombe Residential

Contemporary mansion in Wollaton

3. Six-bedroom detached house in Wollaton, Nottingham for £3m

Another contemporary mansion with no expense spared came in third place. This one, in Nottingham for £3m, has a bespoke kitchen with a sub-zero fridge freezer and wine fridge, Miele kitchen appliances, and integrated Nespresso and Qooker tap.

Available via FHP Living

Victorian terraced house in Tooting

4. Five-bedroom terraced house in Tooting, London, for £625,000

Previously rented to students of nearby St George’s Hospital, this five-bedroom south London home, which spans three floors, is soon going under the hammer – and being the fourth most-viewed home, its potential hasn’t been missed.

Available via Barnard Marcus

Run-down house in Haverfordwest

5. Seven-bedroom town house in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, for £70,000

This Victorian house might be sorry-looking now but it’s perfect for buyers craving a serious renovation challenge. It will take time and money to bring all seven bedrooms up to scratch, but with an auction guide price of £70,000, there could be plenty of profit in store.

Available via John Francis

Mansion in Little Aston, Birmingham

6. Seven-bedroom detached house in Little Aston, Birmingham, for £3.25m

Making its way into sixth place is the aptly-named Manor House. The recently-built home was clearly designed to impress with an enormous oak staircase and a galleried landing. And hidden beneath the home is an underground showroom with space for a mind-blowing 25 cars.

Available via Century 21

Auction house in Dobwalls, Cornwall

7. Four-bedroom detached house in Dobwalls, Cornwall, for £100,000

Ranking seventh in April's top 10 is this detached home in the Cornish village of Dobwalls, just outside Bodmin Moor. Despite its 'potentially unsound' extension it's been recently sold at auction subject to contract.

Available via Countrywide Property Auctions

Taggs Island houseboat

8. Two-bedroom property in Taggs Island, Hampton, London for £385,000

It’s a houseboat in disguise in 8th place. This one, named Fisher Green, is moored off the exclusive Taggs Island in the River Thames where you’ll pay £8,900 a year in mooring costs. It has plenty of headroom, so you can relax and look out over the water without feeling claustrophobic.

Available via Water Side Residential

New-build mansion in Hersham

9. Seven-bedroom detached house in Hersham, Walton-On-Thames, Surrey, for £4.3m

The £4.3m price tag might seem steep, but this pristine new-build mansion has already been reduced by a whopping £650,000. Snazzy features include gold marble tiles, a handmade staircase and zoned air conditioning. It sits in a half-acre plot with a triple garage and separate staff apartment.

Available via Hamptons International

Luxury houseboat in St Katharine Docks

10. Five-bedroom houseboat in St Katharine Docks, Wapping, London, for £3.7m

Rounding out our top 10, is this houseboat which is proof that life on the water can be more expensive than on land. The 1930’s steel barge has been converted into a contemporary home with its own jet-ski platform and winter garden. Its mooring? In London’s lucrative St Katharine Docks, often home to the Queen’s barge, Gloriana.

Available via Riverhomes

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